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WSI Distinguished Lecture with Dr Phil Tetlow

Published: 23 March 2015
WSI Distinguished Lecture

The Web Science Institute hosted the third in its series of Distinguished Lectures at the University of Southampton on Monday 23 March 2015.

On 23 March there was an opportunity to listen to Dr Phil Tetlow, Chief Architect in IBM Software Group (UK) give an lecture entitled Three Steps back and Two to the Left: An Alternative Perspective on Web Science. 

"The Web is a truly astounding thing. It has changed the way we interact, learn and innovate. It is the largest sociotechnical system humankind has ever created and is advancing at a pace that leaves most in awe. It is an unavoidable fact that the future of the world is now inextricably linked to the future of the Web. Almost every day it appears to change, to get better and increase its hold on us."

Dr Tetlow is a Visiting Professor of Web Science here at the University of Southampton, Executive IT Architect, a member of IBM's Academy of Technology Leadership Team, an acknowledged member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an award winning published author, an Open Group Distinguished Architect and a qualified Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a professional with an international reputation for pragmatic and innovative delivery of large scale complex IT systems and leading edge technology ideas.

 

WSI Distinguished Lecture

Phil Tetlow gives a talk entitled: Two Steps Back and Two to the Left: An Alternative Perspective on Web Science

Phil Tetlow

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